Dogs in English Porcelain of the 19th Century

By: Rice, Dennis

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This is the first book to be dedicated exclusively to this subject. It identifies the individual breeds represented in this medium, which include greyhounds (both English and Italian), pugs, poodles (both as game animals and as pets), spaniels (particularly the King Charles variety), setters, pointers, dalmatians, great danes, mastiffs, salukis, terriers, wolf dogs, Pekingese and dachshunds. Most of the major porcelain factories of the period produced dogs, including Rockingham, Derby (at King Street as well as Nottingham Road), Chamberlain Worcester, Grainger Lee Worcester, Royal Worcester, Minton, Copeland & Garrett (and its successor Copeland), Davenport, Samuel Alcock, Charles Bourne, Lloyd Shelton, Madeley and Dudson, but some examples came from unidentified factories.

Title: Dogs in English Porcelain of the 19th Century

Author Name: Rice, Dennis

Categories: Antiques/Collecting, Book,

Publisher: Easthampton, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Antique Collectors Club Ltd: 2003

ISBN Number: 1851493905

ISBN Number 13: 9781851493906

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New Jacket

Seller ID: 002716

Description: Over 200 full color photographs. Organized by type of dog and factory of origin and also by history and output of the factories. Indexed, 185 pages.